1. He said that Serbia is committed to its European path and will continue to work on it.
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    Why? Why are Serbian politicians taking Serbia into slavery? Are Serbs going to allow it?
    Please, please take a look at what is happening to UK. They just can't free themselves from that monster. Once they have you, you are theirs for life.
    Please pay attention to this man.

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    They've been there and they want out but they are not allowed. Do you want the same for yourselves?
    (Peggy, 30 April 2019 13:21)

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  2. Everyone can write whatever they want here. I know one thing for sure. The albanians WILL BE very disappointed when this is over. They have zero to say when US decides for them. Zero.

    Do not respond to me, wait and see instead!
    (Staff, 30 April 2019 08:05)

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  3. @time
    How dare you describe Mr Vucic and Ms Brnabic as "stalker" You are talking about The President and deputy of the country describing them that way. Quiet unbelievable.
    (Ljiljana, 29 April 2019 22:32)

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  4. Mary you are correct in stating that China is switching production to Serbia because of cheaper labour. But its not only that. The thing is that many of the products made in Serbia will be sold on the European market, so transport costs will be considerably lower than getting these products from distant China.
    This is how it goes on the world markets. We in the west have the same thing by outsourcing production to cheaper labour. China was a cheap labour market compared to western Europe. The Chinese have now raised the standards and incomes of their cotizens. And so will Serbia. But cant be done overnight.
    It has to start somewhere, giving Serbs jobs (yes not great wages to start), but in tome 5/10 years the incomes will rise and standards will go up. But, I repeat, it has to start somewhere.
    How the Kosovo population would love to have a secure job, and earn 300/350 euros per month. As it is currently there is very little/no work in Kosovo.
    But good point Mary.
    (VIEW FROM UK, 29 April 2019 22:13)

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  5. This Tuesday, the American Congress will hold a hearing on the 20th anniversary of the end of the Kosovo war, where Ilir Bytyci, Atifete Jahjaga and Vasfije Krasniqi-Goodman will testify about Serbian crimes in Kosovo.
    Both US Ambassadors in Kosovo and Serbia have reacted after the letter initiated by the Speaker of the Parliament Veseli.
    While the US Ambassador to Kosovo, Philip Kosnett, saw the support of Veseli in Meje of Gjakova on the 20th anniversary of the 372 massacred civilians committed by Serbs for the punishment of criminals, the US Ambassador to Serbia said that no one can deny the crimes Serbia committed in Kosovo during the war.
    The initiative of the Speaker of the Parliament Kadri Veseli to send a letter with arguments for Serbian crimes has come on the 20th anniversary of the liberation of Kosovo and after the constant attempt by Serbian heads of state to deny the massacres and crimes committed by Serbia during the war in Kosovo.
    (Reality, 29 April 2019 20:03)

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  6. @ VIEW FROM UK

    You are certainly correct in stating China is a “Big Country”. What you don’t know is that the average yearly salary for China’s workers is $9000, which is more than 50% higher than that of the average Serbian worker’s salary. This is a major reason that China is farming out work to Serbia, cheap labor.
    (Mary, 29 April 2019 19:23)

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  7. Does 'dialogue facilitator' Mogherini use butter or olive oil? The latter I bet, from FreshMed here in Brussels!

    I don't understand why the Serbs bother spending more time than is strictly necessary with her. She does not make any decisions but a civil servant who does what is instructed of her. What a waste of time.
    (EU Dude, 29 April 2019 18:33)

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  8. While Vucic and Brnabic have been stalking Mogherini on the hallways thinking that she could still help them, Kosova was having important consultations with our most powerful ally, the USA!

    During the official visit to Berlin, today Kosovo's delegation held a meeting with US Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell. The Prime Minister of the Republic of Kosovo, Ramush Haradinaj, through a post on Facebook, stated that Ambassador Grenell has expressed Kosovo's commitment to the process of dialogue with Serbia, the consolidation of the country's negotiating team and the implementation of existing agreements, based on the laws and constitution of the country, stating further that Kosovo is ready for free trade with Serbia, as part of a resulting agreement mutual recognition.
    "I also stressed that the country's government strongly opposes the idea of ​​territorial exchange, calling it a dangerous option and destabilizing not only the country but also the region," Haradinaj stated.
    Ambassador Grenell, according to Haradinaj, has explained the progress achieved in Kosovo in the area of ​​rule of law and the commitment of Kosovo for good neighborly relations, always in partnership with our allies and our aspirations for the Euro-Atlantic path. "The role of the United States in the country's further political processes is indispensable!" writes Haradinaj.
    (Time, 29 April 2019 17:53)

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  9. The titles of the articles on b92 are on "fire" today. They all cater to Serbia's wounded souls preparing them for the inevitable heartbreak.
    (Time, 29 April 2019 17:29)

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  10. Provisional ?

    Over 110 countries recognize it as a reality, yet
    Radical-Serbia has its state run outlets use Provisional
    LMAO!
    Radical-Serbia has a huge bone stuck in its throat and is terrified of swallowing, now that bone will have to be forcefully shoved down so we can all move on!!!
    (Peter The Rocky Mountains, 29 April 2019 17:24)

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  11. EA....you seem very frustrated. From where I'm sitting its the Albanians who are the problem in the dialogue. The Albos have honoured not one agreement they signed up to. And the "platform" is nothing short of a pie in the sky wish list.
    But Albos will not get recognition from Belgrade, neither from a host of big countries....China, Russia, Mexico, India, Brazil, Spain, Argentina, Israel, etc.
    So, as long as your leadership keeps the taxes, you get nowhere. Namely no UN recognition, no Unesco or Interpol, no visa free travel, no investments/jobs, etc.
    Tell us again how clever it is to keep the taxes...!!!
    (VIEW FROM UK, 29 April 2019 16:53)

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  12. Talking/Dialogue about what and how long for? Enough is enough, taxes should stay....talking can go on....
    (EA, 29 April 2019 16:19)

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  13. Great to see that everything is blowing up on Mogherini's face. Even her colleagues have spoken out about how her being biased has caused for this dialogue to be in this situation. According to some news outlets she wasn't even invited to this meeting, she went as a replacement for Mr. Juncker, the head of EU. Thankfully she is on the way out as she was failing on her position miserably.
    (Rightly, 29 April 2019 16:06)

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